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Mushkin ECO2 240GB 7mm SSD Review

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Selecting the right hard drive for your laptop or PC just became a bit easier thanks to Mushkin. The introduction of the ECO2 series of SSD's brings the price per gigabyte down to well below .50 cents, and it does so with reliability and a trusted brand name. With read speeds up to 550MB/sec and write speeds up to 530MB/sec you are getting a very competitive SSD at an excellent price that is suitable for all of your storage needs. The ECO2 is being introduced in 120, 240, and 480GB capacities and while you would think that at 480GB the price tag would be similarly inflated the 480GB version retails for a mere $159.99 making it the best SSD deal we have seen.
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  • Posted in: Featured, Reviews, Storage

D-Link Small Office Security System with DNR-202L

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Join us as we take a look at a small security setup from D-Link. We will look to see how the DNR-202L matches up with D-link's cameras to make a solution.
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  • Posted in: Cameras, Networking, Reviews, Security

Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 Quad-Channel Memory Review

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Today we are taking a look at the Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 16GB kit. The Crucial Ballistix Sport is designed for performance enthusiasts and anyone who simply wants to get more out of their system. With Micron’s 35 years of experience in the DDR memory market there is no doubt in my mind that the Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4 can deliver a high level of reliability and performance at a current price of $230.
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  • Posted in: Featured, Memory, Reviews

BeyondCloud BC214se 2300 by Synology

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Synology is a trusted name in the NAS market. We take a look at their new line BeyondCloud aimed at home users with a lower price point and simplified setup.
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  • Posted in: Featured, Reviews, Storage

PowerColor PCS+ R9 290X 8GB Review

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Powercolor is one of those unique brands that never fails to impress with their offerings. They give enthusiasts the opportunity to choose between the Powercolor Devil 13 Dual R9 290x, a dual GPU power house released long before anyone else, or the Powercolor LCS R9 290X, a custom watercooling-only top of the line card. It is no surprise that Powercolor was also one of the few to bring out an 8GB version of AMD flagship Hawaii chipset known as the PCS+ R9 290X 8GB edition. The PCS+ R9 290X 8GB edition is currently priced at $430 and competes against's Nvidia's flag ship GTX 980 and GTX 970 on a core perforance level and against Nvidia's Titan, the R9 290X2, and other offerings of the R9 290X 8GB edition.
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  • Posted in: Featured, Reviews, Video Cards

ASUS X99-A Motherboard Review

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Today we are taking a look at the Asus X99-A motherboard from Asus. This motherboard sports the brand new X99 chipset a 2011-3 socket and blazing fast DDR4, quite the upgrade from the aging X79. With the capability of running Intel’s latest Haswell-E or server grade Xeon processors you know you are in for serious business. Unmatched performance at a reasonable price for a motherboard capable of handling top of the line processors seems too good to be true however, this is Asus we are talking about.
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  • Posted in: Featured, Motherboards, Reviews
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  • Announcement written by: on Jan 13 2015, 8:56 am

    TechwareLabs CES 2015 Event Coverage: Booth Babes Gallery Part 2

     

    Fasten your seatbelts as TechwareLabs takes you on a molten hot ride through the booth babes of CES 2015. Hope your wearing SPF 1 Million for your eyeballs. These are the hottest babes and smoking hot bodies of CES with more curves than a sports car, which there are plenty of in the pictures below. Have fun courtesy of www.TechwareLabs.com.

     

  • Announcement written by: on Jan 13 2015, 8:45 am

    TechwareLabs CES 2015 Event Coverage: Thermaltake

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    Thermaltake has had one of the most impressive showings at CES 2015 with amazing offerings to consumers and enthusiasts alike. The scope at which Thermaltake is approaching the watercooling market is nothing to ignore, they are offering the entire package with its entire line up of reservoirs, CPU water blocks, custom non-rebrand radiators, and housings for all popular pumps. The fun doesn’t stop there, take a look at the new keyboard in the Poseidon lineup with its innovative space-bar touch sensor that is 100% macroable as well as the customization heavy Core X chassis lineup that is perfect for any enthusiast and casual system builder.

    We were particularly impressed with the new watercooling lineup of all hand made radiators, reservoirs, and fittings. These will bring a level of custom cooling to the market at prices previously unseen. If you watch the video you will also have the chance to catch some indications of future plans and prototypes on film that weren’t mentioned. Pay close attention.

  • Announcement written by: on Jan 10 2015, 8:36 am

    CES Event Coverage: LUNA ROX V8

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    TechwareLabs had the luck of running into the Chief Innovation Office of LUNA, a company based in Tampa Florida that will bring an eight core cell phone to market in a matter of days from now. This phone has the specs of a thorobred with a bargain basement pricetag and it’s unlocked. We sat down with James to discuss this new phone at the Washington Dulles airport and bring you an exclusive hands on look at the ROX V8.

     

    Stay tuned for an in depth look at this cell phone as TechwareLabs will be bringing you the first look at testing and benchmarks of this cost effective beast.

  • Announcement written by: on Jan 8 2015, 10:59 pm

    CES 2015 Event Coverage Captherm Systems

    We ran across this company in the Sands Expo showing off some truly remarkable technology that could very well give traditional watercooling a run for the money. Captherm Systems was demonstrating a self contained phase change system that boasted better efficiency and cooling that both heatsinks and watercooling. The small system uses a vertical radiator seated on top of what could be called the most manly waterblock made to date. The waterblock is comprised of 4 different metals which Captherm Systems melds together using small explosions. Yes thats right Captherm blows things up to create their product.


  • Announcement written by: on Jan 8 2015, 9:53 am

    CES 2015 Event Coverage: Mushkin

    We had the fortune to spend some time at the Mushkin suite and take a look at some of their new products for 2015 including their newly announced Striker SSD. You would be suprised at the number of IOPS this drive is capable of and even more blown away by some of Mushkins other products at CES 2015.

  • Announcement written by: on Jan 7 2015, 11:21 am

    Digital Experience Dell Venue 8 7000

    TechwareLabs brings you a hands on look at the worlds thinnest tablet. At 6mm the Dell Venue 8 7000 should come to market at around $399 which places it firmly in competition with the Samsung Galaxy S tablet.